More than 24 windows smashed at Jacksonville Post Office overnight
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – More than two dozen windows are busted at the United States Post Office Monument Station on Fort Caroline Road and shards of glass remain scattered outside the building. A glass door is broken looking large enough where someone could fit inside. The door was taped off and a sign directs customers to two other locations for post office business, but there were no police officers guarding the unsecured building. JSO records show officers responded to the post office for vandalism at 8 p.m. Wednesday. A USPS inspector sent News4Jax this statement: “The United States Postal Inspection Service responded to, and is conducting an investigation into the vandalism incident that occurred at the USPS-Monument Station on the evening of December 30, 2020,” said Adam Schaefer, United States Postal Inspector.
7 arrested after statues vandalized in Miami
MIAMI Seven people were arrested Wednesday after two statues were vandalized in downtown Miami during a protest. According to Miami police, a group of protesters were in the area of Biscayne Boulevard and Fourth Street Wednesday when authorities saw several people spray painting the statues. A total of seven of the protesters were arrested, police said. They were identified Thursday as Jason Lewis, 30, of Miami; Christian Diaz, 25, of Miami; Manuel Roman, 29, of Miami Beach; Edwin Guzman, 20, of Lake Worth; Al-aa Ali Massri, 18, of Miami Beach; Joseph Martinez II, 28, of Miami; and Stephon Lin, 20, of Fort Worth, Texas. Authorities said the peaceful protesters were not arrested.